Pacific Thank You’s & Farewell to the Hon. Minister Te Ururoa Flavell Pasifika Futures would like to extend its sincere and most humble appreciation to our Whanau Ora Minister for the past 3 years, the honourable Minister Te Ururoa Flavell for his support and dedication to Whanau Ora and its efforts. We thank him for… Read more »
11 September 2017 With nearly 13,000 people in Canterbury identifying with a Pacific ethnicity in 2013 and a growing population, Pasifika Futures and the Canterbury District Health Board teamed up to host a collaborative co -design workshop with the Pacific community in Christchurch to look at different ways to approach health and social services. The… Read more »
Monday 31st July 2017 marked an evening of celebrations as Pasifika Futures hosted an Awards Dinner as part of their 2nd Annual Whanau Ora Conference at Te Warewaka o Poneke in Wellington. The night was not only an opportunity to celebrate three years of outstanding Whanau Ora work as a collective, but to also acknowledge… Read more »
Chair of Pasifika Futures Board of Directors Dr. Kiki Maoate spoke to Tagata Pasifika at our 2nd annual Whanau Ora Conference, held in Wellington 31 July – 1 August 2017.
The 2017 General Election will be held on Saturday 23 September. It is important as Pacific People to vote. By voting, you can have your say on the issues that affect you, your friends and your family. To vote, you must be enrolled! If you’re enrolled, you should have received an enrolment update pack in… Read more »
From Work to Wonder” is the theme of the 2017 Whānau Ora Conference, hosted by Pasifika Futures. The Conference will be held on 31 July and 1 August 2017 at the James Cook Hotel in Wellington. This conference will have a particular focus on the 3-Years On of Whānau Ora commissioning work and reflections to the future.
Pasifika Futures provided sponsorship for youth traveling from outside of Christchurch to attend the Pacific Youth Parliament “Our Movement” conference from 20-24 April hosted by the Pacific Youth Leadership And Transformation (PYLAT) Council at St Bede’s College in Christchurch. Pacific Youth Parliament is a valuable programme in honouring and embracing the voice of Pacific youth to… Read more »
The purpose of this Auckland based role is to role is to support the Communications Manager to deliver strategic communications advice and services on an account management basis to specific Whānau Ora partners and key stakeholders and/or programmes of work within the organisation. This involves: Assisting with the development of communications strategies and plans, and… Read more »
As part of the Pacific community we are able to navigate successfully the forces that support or hinder the growth and prosperity for Pacific families Facilitate tailored support for Pacific families delivered a Pacific way Partner with our Commissioning Partners to enable long-term success Our front line delivering value, process improvement & change management What… Read more »